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Our Pajama Breakfast Party last night at the #AllBrightCommunityCenter was a hit! These little cutie pies enjoyed clementines and cereal while watching the animated movie Sing. What's your favorite movie to watch in your PJs?
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Wishing all of our followers and community members lots of love, appreciation, and chocolate today! <3
Mark your calendars for May 19!
We're at 1287B Comm Ave with Senator Brownsberger for his #Allston Town Hall. Come by to speak with the Senator about topics of importance to you! We're here from 630p-830p #mapoli
We're at the All Bright Community Center (1287B Comm Ave) with Senator Brownsberger for his #Allston Town Hall. Come by to speak with the Senator about topics of importance to you! We're here from 630p-830p #mapoli
It's not #ThrowbackThursday just yet but we're feeling nostalgic. Thanks RE Photography for these All Bright Night 2017 photos and to Warrior Ice Arena for hosting the event!
What are your priorities for the $20 million/year that will be generated thru the CPA: Affordable housing? Open space improvements? Historical preservation? Join your neighbors on 2/26 & advocate for projects that are needed in #Allston and #BrightonMA! Come out 2/26 & tell us what projects are needed in #Allston and #BrightonMA co-hosted with thanks to Brighton Main Streets Allston Village Main Streets Harvard Ed Portal
Creative video from ABCDC friend and partner, Galen M. Mook, highlighting community concerns surrounding the I90 Allston Interchange Project. To get involved in the #transitnottraffic campaign, visit peoplespike.org
Stop & Shop Supermarket Co. and New England Development have revealed more details and preliminary renderings for Allston Yards — their proposed 10.6-acre, mixed-use development w/up to 1,050 housing units. The project's initial building would include the new Shop & Shop, 360 housing units (town home-style units and 14 stories of apartments), ground-floor retail, community space, 410 structured parking spaces and on-street parking.
Join the People's Pike in advocating for #TransitNotTraffic by signing up for this Thunderclap. By signing up, you will agree to have an automatic one-time posting on your social media account on the morning of February 7th. We supported these efforts - please join us! https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/67368-transit-not-traffic Allston Village Main Streets Brighton Main Streets Allston: Rat City LivableStreets Alliance MassBike A Better City Allston Civic Association Boston Cyclists Union
Please take action today and tomorrow to support the $1.7 billion housing bond bill, An Act financing the production and preservation of housing for low and moderate income residents (currently House Bill 4134; originally filed by Representative Kevin Honan and Senator Linda Dorcena Forry). Please sign and share this one-minute action to your State Representative asking them to support the overall bill and to cosponsor three important homelessness-related amendments filed by Representative Marjorie Decker of Cambridge: Amendments #33, #34, and #35. http://bit.ly/2Gbi4kW
Winship Elementary School in Brighton (54 Dighton St. near Brighton Center) is hosting a school preview day on Friday, Feb. 2 from 8:30-10:30 AM for prospective students and parents to visit and learn more about Winship. Parents of current students will be there to answer questions.
Because seven Roadshow sessions weren't enough - we have one more for you! Please join the Allston Brighton CDC and neighborhood advocates for an info session on the Allston Interchange (Mass Pike) Project and find out how you can help us advocate for West Station, better buses, neighborhood friendly/safe streets and other issues which will impact the quality of life for residents for generations to come. Please share with your networks! #TransitNotTraffic
From Massachusetts Community & Banking Council's "Changing Patterns XXIV," the annual report on MA mortgage lending RE: Home buying in #Boston: In 2016 home loans were highly concentrated in 6 neighborhoods - 3 neighborhoods accounting for 76% of loans to Blacks (Dorchester, Mattapan, Hyde Park) and 3 neighborhoods accounting 51% of loans to Latinos (East Boston, Dorchester, Hyde Park).
Last Friday night the All Bright Community Center hosted its Winter Wonderland and it was a hit! Thank you to our partners Maloney Properties & Our Family Nurturing Center for volunteering your time. A HUGE thank you to our resident volunteers (Leadership Academy graduates) and all of our wonderful residents who came and joined in the festivities. Without any of you, none of this would be possible!